IPL 2021: Adam Zampa’s disputed statement after reaching Australia, said – bio bubble made for IPL most unsafe

Adam Jampa (Photo Credits: Getty Images)

Sydney, 28 April Australian spinner Adam Jampa has said that the bio-bubble created for the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 is the most unsafe that he has seen in India during the Kovid-19 in India. Zampa and Kane Richardson have left the 14th season of the IPL and returned home due to personal reasons. Both players were part of the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team. Zampa told the Sydney Morning Herald, “We’ve been in some (bubbles) and I think it’s probably the most unsafe.” He said that the tournament should have been held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), as it was the last time.

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Jampa said, “The tournament is being played in India, because of this there is more fear. We are told here to always maintain hygiene and more security. This is what I find most strange. I think that India’s bio bubble Is the most vulnerable. ” He added, “That was not the case with the IPL that took place in Dubai six months ago. I think it was much safer. Personally I am of the opinion that IPL should have been done there this time too, but in this Many times politics is involved. “

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Fast bowler Richardson played a match this season in which he took a wicket while Jampa left without playing. Apart from Zampa and Richardson, many other Australian cricketers want to leave the Indian Premier League (IPL) due to fear. They fear that they will not be able to enter their country after the growing Kovid-19 cases in India. Jampa further said that the next discussion will be about whether India should have a T20 World Cup in October-November or not.

He said, “Of course this year also the T20 World Cup is to be held in India. Probably the next discussion in the cricket world will be on it, but six months is a long time and then maybe the situation in India will be better.”

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